Audi Hungary to welcome new chief

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Peter Kossler, who is currently the head of German carmaker Audiʼs plant in Ingolstadt, is scheduled to take over as managing director of Audi Hungaria Motor as of October 1, Audiʼs Hungarian unit announced today, according to Hungarian news agency MTI.

Kossler is replacing Thomas Faustmann, who is expected to become head of the Audi plant in Neckarsulm. Faustmann has been leading Audi Hungaria Motor for eleven years. Fred Schulze, who is the current plant chief at Neckarsulm is expected to become director of the Ingolstadt plant.

Hubert Waltl, Audi board member for production, said the moves were intended to allow the companyʼs managers to pass on their knowledge as well as gain new experience.

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